February 4, 2015
Indians Surrender Only 32 Points in Stomping Over Queens
CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Poor shooting led the Catawba College women’s basketball program to a 59-32 blowout in South Atlantic Conference action Wednesday night at Curry Arena. The final scored marked the fewest points they have allowed since December 4, 1998. Three Catawba players scored double digits in the victory. With the win the Catawba Lady Indians improve to 12-8 on the season and 9-6 in the conference. Queens drops to 5-15 overall and 3-13 in conference.
Chloe Bully and Jada Huntley each scored 11 points for Catawba in the victory. Bully added seven rebounds and four assists while Huntley added eight points and four rebounds. Zhaquondelee Greer added ten points for the tribe. The Lady Indians were led in rebounds by Terri Rogers who grabbed 13 boards to compliment her seven points.
On the other side of the ball, Queens relied solely on the strong performance of Lacey Singletary who recorded a triple-double in the loss. Singletary finished the night with 14 points, 12 rebounds, and 11 blocked shots. Only three other players scored for the Royals in the game.
Catawba finished the night shooting 23-of-73 (31.5%) from the field and 4-of-16 from three point range. The Lady Indians added nine points from the charity stripe shooting 9-of-15.
Queens struggled significantly from the field as they shot a mere 14-of-54 (25.9%) from the floor and went 0-for-6 from behind the arc. Catawba only surrendered five free throw shots on the night which Queens converted four of them.
The Lady Indians claimed a 58-36 advantage in on the boards and a 12-10 lead in assists.
Catawba will return home to Goodman Gym on Saturday to host Tusculum at 2:00 p.m.
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